In the new design of the program page, we implemented a ‘quick view’ bar. It’s one of the first elements a user will see. This bar includes really useful information including number of credits in the program, enrollment and start dates, and of course, where the program is held.
National University offers 100 plus online programs. Potential students would visit a desired program detail page in order to find out more information. To maintain consistency, a program detail page template is used for each of the programs offered.
We got word from National University’s legal department that how we displayed our terms and conditions needed to change to better align with the Federal Trade Commission newly passed ruling.
Although this seems like a friendly marketing site, the backend, multi-step forms, and user flow make it a quite intricate product website. The project was first to help …
In the old flow there was no filtering system. A user would have to find their program by navigating through school pages, then department, then program, which is not a good experience.